Journalism. We believe it should help you live a better life.

That’s why we spend a lot less time on publishing mug shots and a lot more time helping you understand the employment market, figure out how to spend more time with friends and family with our events calendar, and what you can do to help businesses that have opened up. Make no mistake…we aren’t shy. We tackle the big stuff, like COVID and issues around race.

And if you believe in the value of journalism — that it should help, not exploit — please consider becoming a paid member of the Racine County Eye today. We can’t do this work without you.

John Gianou, 68, died on Sunday, June 14. Hewas born in Medcini, Greece on April 22, 1952, son of the late Odiseas and Sophia (nee: Vasiliades) Gianou and came to the United States in 1976.

John was employed with J.I. Case for twenty-three years. He was a member of Kimissis Theotoku Greek Orthodox Church. In his spare time, he loved playing soccer, fishing, and cooking.

John will be dearly missed by his sons, Demetri Gianou and Anastasios “Daso” (Jenny) Gianou, all of Racine; grandchildren, Alekos and Eleni Sophia; siblings, Lee Gianou, Stathi (Joan) Gianou, of Racine, and Kay (Reese) Ehrick of Phoenix, AZ; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Private family services will be held.


$
$
$

Your contribution is appreciated.